Thanks to technology, humanity is now experiencing the biggest surge in innovation it has ever seen. Collectively we can now reach billions of people, communicate ideas worldwide instantly, and access more knowledge than ever before. Fast paced development, increasing reliance on technology and reduced meaningful personal interaction can make it harder to attain balance and a high quality of life.
We love technology. In fact, we love it so much, we don’t always realize the sacrifices we are making for the sake of our technology. We make sacrifices in physical movement, in our relationships, in our attention, in our time, in our sleep, in our connection to nature. Someday, we might eventually just completely forsake our non-digital humanity and go into straight the cloud. We would just become part of the machine.
How do we help humanity thrive in the age of technology? We need to balance mindful consumption of technology with holding sacred our non-digital humanity. Find non-digital activities, completely losing oneself in the love of what we are doing so we never think about looking at a device. Nature, lakes, face-to-face interactions, sports, travel. So many non-digital experiences.
Mindfulness is basically our ability to observe and potentially alter the automatic programs that we have inherited from previous generations. We need to create technology that is an ally in developing humanity in a way that brings wellness to everything that we do. Here are some approached
Always keep good company. You can´t feel good if people around you are constantly complaining, being negative and holding you back. You don´t have to be available for everyone at any given time.
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